I do not dispute the authority of the Pope in disciplinary matters. That's not even an accusation that can be made.
I am very happy to hear this. But, just so you know, the changes of Pope Pius XII fall under the disciplinary laws of the Church. I was about to cite numerous authorities for you to prove that, but in light of your last post, I do not see that as necessary.
The Popes are infallibly protected in their universal disciplinary laws, so as long as we are dealing with certain popes, we can be certain that their laws for the Church are good, holy and acceptable to God.
This principle is certain with the Holy Week rites. There is no valid Catholic principle that can be used to argue against Pope Pius XII's Holy Week law.
I will agree with you in regard to the 1962 missal. There remains grave questions about the orthodoxy of John XXIII, and therefore it remains uncertain if his laws are binding or not. The case of John XXIII is not an easy one to solve. The question that needs to be tackled by scholars is not about the 1962 missal, it is whether he was certainly a pope. If he was a Pope, then there can be no question that his laws are binding.
Since John XXIII's status is very much an open question, the status of his laws are also an open question.
The process of reasoning this out with Paul VI and his successors, as they were all clear public heretics. Catholics can form moral certainty of the falsity of their claims, therefore all of their universal laws are have no binding effect on Catholics. A non-popes laws are not laws, therefore are not protected by infallibility, therefore open to heresy, error, and possible incentives to evil and impiety. This fact about Paul VI's Novus Ordo
is plain for all with eyes to see. It was clearly not protected by infallibility.
If Paul VI were a true Pope, the Novus Ordo Missae
could never have come from him, the infallibility of the Church in protecting the Pope's universal disciplinary laws would have prevented it from being promulgated.
I am with you in agreement that when a Pope comes again, I will readily and immediately submit to all of his laws. This is the reason that I already submit to Pope Pius XII's law, it was the last law of the Church given by a certain Pope, therefore the 1955 Holy Week is infallibly protected and acceptable to God.